Hafez Said, who took part in the Mumbai terror attack six years ago, in which 166 people were killed, has been released by Pakistan without charge. A White House statement said his release sends a deeply troubling message and belies Pakistan claims that it will not provide sanctuary for terrorists. The US government had declared a 10 million bounty for his apprehension. Among the victims of the terror rampage in the Indian city were six American citizens. At the local Habad house, six more people were murdered, including the Habad emissaries Gavriel and Rivki Holzberg.